CALEDONIAN-RECORD, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1922
2ó cents for the first inser
cents b;:(;kit! charme unless
ROOMS TO RENT
TO KKNT I..i-Ae furr.isheel front
room. l. o tvo arijoining rooms.
Phone 4i:?-?.l. " ?6tf
TO I:i:NT Kor;in.-5 18 Summcr
Street. Tel. r,(ì7-J. 80 tf
TO UKNT- Two rooms for au
tos. a:, C;.!e
to n !:::'
n. i: st.
-Fi ve room
for liyht lioii
house, IS J ì;i i
reumi s to rent,
cki'Ì St. P'Hf
rooms. Fw h;k e
Wce ks, 2r-I'ca.-
al 'ìi' furnisheil
tre-et. Tel. 47!)-
II. V. CUECOir,
reduced prie- -.
Job Team at
K X 1 TT 1 X GYarn
t froi'i manufactur-
er, );, SI.::
nji'e paid on
AVrite for .-;
, a pound. I'ost-
ìve dollar orders.
il. A. 1,'artfett,
iianvill'.' and Hanl
1 ave at t his office.
Three two-leneinent and 1 four
tenement lie!t.-;e, ali in pood repair,
on the plain.
One tv.o-tonement house with
barn and garden on Karrison Ave.
A two-teicni' nt hou.-e with one
hnlf a c'è of land, alo a nice sin
gle coltale, bolli locate J in Sùm-
I.ocated 0i:r nido from P. R. St.
a small f r ir ì and s'auL-liter house
cquippel to do a vhole-ale meat
bi'.sini's;; four acres of ìrieadow"
hi 1 lic ai-i'cs of pasture and sar
de n. ìiuiliines eonsi.st of ji'ood
house of ei:;ht rooms. W'ould
mak(! un i '"al place for lien ranch
or garden traci; fami.
(UfMÌ h; use and barn on corner
of Ha rri:-o'i a.ad ("oncord Ave. AH
'in nice coadition. Tu'o and one- j
ha! f ari e ; of land. I
CHARLES E. KIRK !
Ik-twecn the ages of 1G and 35 for light
factory worh Vve pay wages while you learn a
tn.(k'.' Stop.dy work and good pay making
The coìVijany has a Girls' Dormitory near
the factory with'a responsible matron in charge.
SI JOHNSBURY BUSINESS DIRECTORY
JOI!N F. HINCH
INSÙ P. A K CE OF ALE KINDS
?-fev Ea::ar;d Mutual Life
In -lira 'ice Co.
Caldevvoo ! .'!! ' '.. 42 Fi tern Avf
St. .Tohn-r.urv, Vt. Tel. 731
Tunii .c r-irì !
pans nnd PI:i
rra? h ri'Til"'
mo -. Phono
AT'iORNEY AT LAW
Morchat-.ts P-nA Plock
OSTF.OI'ATI ; IC PHYS1U AN
l ':'- r, ' Pari; PuiHim
Py Aj.pci..! lie;it
Tru --es Fi! ! t f,-. 'luii'in--;s
f n f " c'-'e;! '-;ehd li'--
A. GAG E
i v. Si
tfl 5 I trinra' ee- v-ry ira? .
fi' . il th ir-twe '''
trfa f. ;, to b .-a -y m
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VEI.COV?. P- EASTMAN
Sri'ial '';o.i.'-' 1
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J. M. SWAN & SON
Ca.lderwood Pld'-. Tel. 4C8-M
ion. One cent a word for e:ich day thoreafter.
casli in advance. Minimum charge 2." cents.
FOR SALE Dry soft wood slabs !
cut 12 inehes and 4 ft. at E. E. !
Poy's mill. Phone 177-M. fi to 9 '
p. in. 92-103 I
SALE WOOI) 12 inch
block, 1G inch block, 4 ft. ' cord
vrooel, 4 ft. slab wood, 1C inch
lirnb wood. Inquire Cury Maple
Sugar company. Tel. C83.
FOR SALE No. 1 hay. Inquire J.
A. Russell, St. Johnsbury. 97tf
FOIi SALE One six horse power
gasoline enpine with drag saw
and circular combined. Pilone
Lvndonville 140-2 or address Box
88, Lyndonville 00-10.1
IFOR SALE-One-half horse power
moir, saw taDie, wooa lume, nani
ers, shaftin', pulleys, beltiiiR' and
emery whetl stand. Tel. 131-W. 27
Cent ralst reeL 100-105
FOR SALE Wood or coal ìieater.
Elmer E. Hooker. Tel. 553-R.
l'OR SALE A niillinery and art
S'oods business in centrai Vermont
doinji a ood business the year
around. For particulars address, A.
P. Greene, Waterbury, Vt. 101-103
FOR SA LE Reo six Chummy
roadster, 1010 model four pas
senpx'i' in A-l condition. Cali by
dav 458-4, eveninff after ( p. ni.
cali 81-M. 103 tf
FOR SA LE kitchen stove. In
quire 10 E Ini street. 1(13-104
PI OS for
le A. A
FO RS A LE 1 rivin7
muv liave for keepinu.
lìtèk, R. F. D. Xo. 3
OUR WANT ADS. PAY
Car of Fancy No. 1
Greening and Bald
DR. J. D. BÀCHAND
?rthian Rnilding St. John-bqry
Dr. Geo, F..Cheney
2 Hishland Avenue
Lì. W. CONLY
Ecatinc: and Plumbin-.;. Hot Air
Furnace Work a Specialty
12 Portland St., St. Johnsbury
FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDÉNT
Automobile Firo i "'"e
IMPEY AND CUMMINGS
Provident LilVj Men
1 PnHIinH Srrret Grane-Ito Ttlork
.mokes and Soft Drink:-.
Steani lleated Pooms lo rent by
elay or week.
0f P iilroad Street. Phone 677
DR. TIARRY A. RASH
Office Hours daily in afternoons.
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
eveiiinc-, 6.30 to 8. i
10 Railroad Street
Tel. 535-M. '
a Mi WANTED YVoman to
ANTED Eeet, vea!.. pork
lami), pouiti-y at the Summtrv
Slauchter House. 54 Concord Ave
O. Duval, i'rop. Phonejiól. ,10 tf
WÀN T E ì y iu I u 1 tsTTsrnall u)-
stuirw tenonient centrallv locai oe
man Las steady empìoyraent. In
fluire at thi.s office. 00-10.'!
W'ANTEP Four or iìve ::doih up
stairs tenement with piazza an
plenty of sunshine for man and
vife. lnouire this otrice. 101-100
W'ANTED Two inside painters.
No amateur. s need appiy to Pox 61.
HELP W ANTEO Maìc
WANTED Thi'ee pood carpen
te rs at once. S. M. Hulbert. 87 tf
SALESTl N WANT E I ) Mut
have a car. Apply at (!() Radroad
WANTEÌl First class "ranite
cutter, also men to learn granite
cutting, steady work. Anelerson
Fribei'K Co Barre, Vt. 05-KWJ
WANTED At "once! Firstldass
electrician. Apply E. I. McGowan,
Newport. 378-3 08t.t'
TWO MEN wante.', One teum
ster. Inquire J. A. Ilussell. 08 tf
BLACKS MI TÌI wa"nted, jrood ali
arounel man, steady work and
Kood pav. C. IL Paquette, 25
Pearl St., St. Alban.--, Vt. 00-101
W'ANTED Experie-nced man to
tire boiler and make minor repairs
to machinery. Steady emplovnient
and Rood wasres. Give fall infor
mation in first lettor to George
Straiton Co., Barre, Vt. lol-KH
COMFOSITOIIS. Stendy positions
with ooil wa.Rf-i in modem plani
eloin;',' hi);-hest .rade of work. Ap
ply by lettor tu Douglas ,C. Mc
Murtrie, Conde Xost Press, (irj-en-wie-h,
Help Wanted Female
j WANTE D E.vpernenced
voman who caii speak
Fieiich. LaKose ! lepartnient
-tore. 03 t!
WANTED d'i ls experienci'd or
inexperience-d for .twina- straw
braiel into IVFcn's, Boys' and Chil
elren's hats. Good pay while
learnincr Write quicls for particu
lars. The Hill.-; Company, Am
berst, Mass. 0-1-105
WANTED at oace, chair
ai; St. Johnsbury Mouse.
WANTE 1 1 Maid for ik.io,.
housevorì:. Xo washiii;: i'.' cook
ing. 'l'rei'err.'ilv :-';?n ai, home.
Mrs. S. W. K .ÀI:, U''hool Ave.,
Newjmrl. mi. uri
1 1 lec
position nomjr oiriee v.-o."i;
Male and Feir
COOK wanted l'or fall anel wintei
sea. on at Notcìik.nel. Also general
girl. Good wae-os ; :id r.1c:ily
work. Miaht take a coi'ide, if ex-
Mrs. C. IL
rey. Reinis. N. IL
IXliUSTìMOL'S men ini' womcn
va:ited to retail the LM ioiine W'at
kins Products in city ti ; ritorios.
Exceiitional opportunity tie up
with oWest and lare.?st corepany of
its kind. (Ho' husllers a vera ve in
come is SI. l'i imi hour. Are you
doinu' as veli? If noi. wiile 1oday
for freie sample and particulars.
The .1. il. W atkins Co., Dept. SI,
81 Wa.shin.tlon St., 1, Xorth, Do--ton,
jpOYS "ani f ( i 1 1 1 V. S ; i r a 'wo r t h
v.'hil.j iiren'iunis or ca: h l'ommis
rions. Good jiropo.- il ion i'cr lady
au'cnt. Household necc.-siiies.
Nanie and address brn'e. full par
tie'ulars. Hos 258, Atliol, Mass.
;alary S'.'.O, full
re tir-ie sellini;
lirect lo veij-i-ii
ti ni e ?
1 an hour sp:
cottoli, .-ilk, liei
d Ho-ierv MilD.
KÓL'lClTOPS-Meti and W omen
se!i depenilable trees, slirubs, ! oses,
for shipìtìeni eiree'! to jau i h-'s"r.
Steady woi k full or .-iiaie timo.
Wf e kly pay. (h.l'it fi-te. Provvn
Brothers Nurseries, Poche -ter, X.
s-iOSO minimum conili! is.
an.eeei yeiarly for -.-a'esr.
iri'j our sale- ,-timulatoi-
! fe'ctionei s,
! Pocket -ampi
X'e e 11 v Co.,
:0UR WM ABS PAY
Ali Uà Feliovi
ca r ;.
lows are invit
ili Anni-, ol
ii :': l e!
at S o'elock
and the Worst
ilio vr-'A f.-r i i
il -Mj m
Mrs. May Cheney
Mrs. Adrian Cheney, wiio has
becn ili for a lonir time. elicei at
the home of Lyman Walter, where
she had been for the past five
weeks, on Moneìay, Oct. Iti. She
v.as boi n in East Charleston,
Aue.'.i.-t 25, 1880, anel roceiveel her
eelucrtion in Islam! Pond. She
was married in 1800 to Adrian
Cheney, alle! their hemie has been
in West liurke, for the past 15
years. She was ;i member of ihe
W. P. C. and Evening Star Chap
!er of the O. E. S. and'of West
Purke danne, anel when wedl was
i f;reat worker in al! these orelers.
She )etcun nursing about ten years
airo, but, owintf to poor health has
not been abie to work nearly ali
the time. DnrinK her last illness
she has been cared for by Mrs.
Lilla Walter, who has done every-Mune-
in her power to make the
sulferor as conifortable as pos
sible. The funeral was helel at G.
A. II. hall, Wednesday afternoon,
Pev. Walter IL Gould olficiatinp'
and she was laiel to rest at East
Charleston. There were fiorai tri
buifs fremi he'i husband, anel other
relative, and the different orelers
to ldch she beloniieel.
Those froni out of town who
attene'eel the funeral were her
brother, Echvin (ioodwin and his
v ife, of W'hite River Junetion, ami
aunt, Mrs. Lydia Hishop of Quincy,
and Mis. James Iìalelwin
Johnsbury. Several fi'ienels
I-land Pond and Charleston
it the cemetery in Charleston
the funeral processimi ar
Much sympathy is felt for
Mr. Chi'iiev, who is left very much
Prv. Lincoln Bineolw of Uol
laml, nave an interestinp address
on. The Morgan Meniorial, Bos
ton. Sunelay eveninK.
Thero will be some special exer-ci:-es
elui'ins' the' 'Sunelay school
hour Sunelay, with short talks by
Superintendent Currie and Dr.
Kendrick and in the eveninm, Dr.
llateh of Montpelieo- will be the
W. Ve'. Gallanher anel family
spent the week enei in Canada.
Parker Crandall is visitine,- in
New York City.
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Ainn'er are
vi.'itiiiK' relatives in Torrintrton,
Conn., anel Bellows Ealls, Vermont,
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Uttin anel
wife spent a few elays in (ilover,
dm ii'K the iast week.
The Laelies' Aie! cleared $48.20
al tlie-ir chicken ))ie supper Thurs-eii-.y.
Their success was eiue large
ly to the spleni'iel cooperation of
the farmiiuv community as well as
the villane people. Neailyall the
chicl-.ens were elonated and some
line eatinjr apples were supplird
l'or the tables. The laelie's giive
thi calies, elouuhnuts and pies,
and thei meii'luints donateel sugar,
coffee, etc. For ali this assistance
the society feels very srrateful, anel
we' know that wlii'n the new
ediUi e-'i carjK't is elov. n, anel other
rt pai rs inaile from time to time,
that e vei yone will like to feci thi'.t
tliey bi'lpi'd make these thinjjs
Mrs. L. A. Drown visited in
Newpeii't. Orleans anel Browninjr
toa List week.
Uie'iiard Newrnan has moved into
the Lìtu'Ii house, for the winter.
?! rs-. W'ayre Donahue anel little
: on haxe been visitinjr in St. Joh.n: -burv.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Huntinp;
oi Newport, N. H., were visitors
ni H. S. Chappcll's durine; the past
Pev. W. IL Conili was in Guilel
h; 11. Tuesday.
L'ifieen memlters of the VA'. R.
C. attendivi the distnet meetin?
h St. loli-isbory Tlmrsday of the
G. ':;:. Kobins of I!urliii','Un
hehl a very ini ei cstinin' S. S. con
fe "enei- .ere. Mondav cvcninjr.
Air. anel Mrs. i..naries l'.'ivvaru
-.i, u w k
J .. ' .'. .ii-v: ut i-.ini nuli"..
end a famnv dinner party
I i oi 1 n,.lin
4 K.a,. l,-., il f
and Mrs. Slceper.
Siìas Leach has gone
rine;ton, Conn., to live
elaiighter, Mrs. Ruth Davis. Mr.
Leach has been a help in the
Is Yet to Come!
church, anel community,
be mifsee! in many ways.
W. R. C. lnspector, Mrs. Emi
gene W'hite of Brattleboro, visit
eel the West Burke Corps recently.
Pumroy Ranger of Lowell has
been the guest of his uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Riley Rounely,
during the past week.
Mrs. Etta Euggles spent last
week in St. Johnsbury.
Harry Thomas of Lunenburg
spent a few elays with his gianel
futher, Henry Bugbee, last week.
Mrs. Kate Fowle has gone to
Mount Lakes, N. J., to spemi the
winter with her son, as usuai.
Mrs. Belle Johnson is boarding
at Clayton Ball's, for the winter
Ms. H. C. Bugbee spent the
week end with ber sister in Barre.
Mrs. Ncttie-JSJcCoy was at home
from her school in Woodsville, N.
li., over Sunday.
The very interesting talk, and
display of Chinese curios, by Mrs.
Sanderson of Sutton. at the mi-:-sionary
meeting, Friday afternoon,
was much enjoyeel.
The primary room has had an
attendance of !)4 per cent for
seven weeks. There was no school
Oct. 13 on account of the State
Teachers' Convention at St. Johns
bury. Miss Kathleen Mcl.ean va?
unable to atti'iel the Teachers'
convention account of iliness.
Many of the pupils of the inti'i
meeliate room hp.vo beenill with
the prevailing elistemper. Spelling
contests are being conelucteil in
both intermediate and trramnuir
rooms. Mrs. Craig and Missj
King who atteiideil the state con-1
vention brought back reports of a
pleasing and instrui'tive session.j
Clifford Page has returneel from I
Plymouth after being absent from
school several elays. The giammai-,
room has hael no tardy marks !
iluring the seven weeks of school. I
stone sheds have been clos-1
and on for the past week ;
oi lae'k of eli'ctrical ,
Mr. ami Mrs. J. F. MeLam vis
ited their son, Wilbur at Mont
lielier Seminary one elay last week.
.Mrs. Annie MacDonald is visit
ili.!. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Jackson in
Kay Bai'oy shot an inimen.-e
bird on the derrick of Saniuclson's
stone shed one dav last wi'ek. It
is thouii'ht to be a snudi eairle. I
The spread ef its winjvs was live
feet, ciR'ht inclies.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond S'earus
and sons visiteel in Lehanon and
Bellows Falls over the week end.
Thi'y hael the misforlime to tip
ove r on their way home, snia-hina
the top anel winelshield quite baelly.
None of the oceupants were bao'ly
huit. The accielent was caused hy
somethinn' roìiik wrono- with the
V. f . Georgi' fedi fremi a load of
hay last Monday. He is abie to he
arounel but has not, fully recove re.!
from the ell'ects of the fall.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Taji.cart of
Newbm-y visiteel Mrs. Ellen M
Neil at È. .1. Buchanan's Sundav.
Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Mai-Donald
returned the first of the wee'k from
Boston and vieinity where they
have been visitinjr.
The U. P..ehurrh fair ami sup
per will be held Frielay afternoon
and eveninfr, October 27tli.
Springfield Silnev Rosi n, who
had bee'ii arrcsteel for intoTication.
was found hanirin from a cord in
the villane lock-up. He had been
de:id but a short time.
Weather Chanjjcs Cause!
Ex trwne chansrea of eather dur
I in;4' Fall cause many colds uno
coujrhs. l'or rpiick rclief from
tlnoat, chest and Lronchial troulde'.
uKii.., coiti.s ami crono u.-e rui'-
iiuu.-v Uliri itti. X .'". ' '
. - . -.1 ii
"P-ates mcrre l.onts prmted on tl
I nii-iuciei: in ine v riu. t uie.v
j Honey and Tar is the most plea-1
sant and efficieni remedy fori
coue-hs and colds that l ever saw, I
writes Wm. Jones, FI Darà, Illi
HAN GE OF. 'UE
Proof That Lydia E. Finkham's
Vegetable Compound is of Great
Help at This Pericd
Metropolis, Illinois. " I have
taken Lydia E. Pinkham'3 Vegetable
Compound and it
is ali it clnims to
be and has bene
fited me wonder
fully. I had besn
sick for eight
monthse with a
conlined me to my
bed and was only
abie to be up part
of the time, when
I was advised by
a friend, Mrs.
Smith, to try Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compeiund and Liver
Pills. I was so much benefited by the
useof these medicine? that I was abie
to be up and about in two weeks. I
was at the Lhango oi Lite when 1 De
gan takingthe meelieines and I passed
over that time withemt any trouble.
Now I am hale and hearty, do ali my
housework, washing, ironing, scrub
bing, and cooking, ali there is to do
about a house, and can walk two or
three miles without gettingtootired.
I know of several of my neighbors
who have been helped by your niedi
cines." Mrs. .Emma Cklver, 705
E. 7th St., Metropolis, Illinois.
You may depend upon Lydia E.
Pinkham's Veeetable Comnound.
Pieston Post Entertains
Col. Preston corps, Xo. 10, cn
teitiined menibci-R and eomre.i'es
from several post. and eorps in dis
trict No. 6 at the a -limai district
meeting Wednesday Oct. ltì. A
bountiful ehiskompio diiiner wa
serveel at noon 'to (il) meinbers and
comraele. , after which the woik of
the Woman's Rclief corp.- was ex
emplifii'd bv Col. Pre.-ton ccrrs,
Department Senior Yiee-I're-i-dent.
Mrs. Benha Macomber of
St. Johnsbury was the in-pectina'
officer. Mrs. Flora J. (Joss, dep irt
nient pati'iotie in.-tiuclor, and a
member of Col. Preston corps, was
also pre.-ent ani! look part in the
work. Past Department Pi'esidcnt
Mrs. Bir.'kford and three other
membi-i's from Braiiford were nres-
ent. There were'l
the X. C. Stexen.- coros of West
Bai net and one from East Corir.th.
Aniong the gufsts entoviaineel
we-re thri'i- Sons o! N'eti'ians. The
work was beau'ifully nore. anel the
ade!ress's given by the in.-pecting
and other visiting olficers v,uie
vcT inspiring. But the cliief ,-ource
of infpiration lay in the pre-enee-of
12 members of the Grand A-'.'.'.v
of the Republic, of which the Vv'c
man's Relief coni- is the auxiliary.
ìl ir, J I
(il ' - -i ,iii!M'?C M ' . Plr Vi'.'V t .
VvQtói W$&ir Nei
V Standurd cf Compariseli
Closed Car Comfort for Business and Pleasisre
The 1923 Buick Four Coupé- 1175
: Vv , -ii.
Perfect Brake Action
. ("mer r.ii,'ioil of f;i,'.(r.ioK ihe revv
reniì-eiìio-.rc rpr'r.i m ali l1. ..',5 foi:r-cylinii-jr
iiioiic!:, ì.-.itcs peiloct pra!.
inii '; r the car i:ì v-u. . vi..;; it.s m'ì
.icma ni pa "L'iiia?:. or ui.-! ihciìi i . e:-.
'-.I l'ciirins:, p.trrr.ir-. Ih"
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G. M. C. TRUCKS
WHEN BETTrK ALTOMOBJLES ARE HUILT, BUICK WILL BUII.IK TIIKM
On Wer Wedding Day
' The wedding ring will be piaceli
upon her finger. What a worl.l
of memorie clings to this plain
band of gold. You remember,
perhaps, your mother's ring,
which she wore on her dear old
finger untd its edges grew thin
ami sharp with age, but stili she
clung to it for ali its memorie
of youth, children and love.
A wedding ring therefoie should
be cho.-en with considerable care
anel should a.-sey exactly what -t
is stamped. Our gold weeldim;
rings are ali stamped with our
name and bear the marks "141;"
A generous as.'ortr.ient of appro
priate styles anel designs may be
found in our stock.
Lurchin & Lurchin
JHE QIMLITY JEWELERS
Save six of these coupons and mail or bring
them to the Caledonian-Record office with
cents and you will receive the latest
LOWtfEY'S COOK BOOK
In the Very
A. B. NOYES INSURANCE AGENCY
Combiningthe beauty and appointmentsof the costlir.it
closed cars with modest proportions and evcry day
utility, the Buick four-cylinder, three passe'ier co'ine
meets the requirements of business ami professo:!, d
use, r.s well as those of the family.
Its smartness has been increased by the changes that
have been made in body, radiatcr and owl to b v.-r
and lengthen its apper.rancc and at tlrj s.niv? tini 1 ,M
roomincss inside the body. Heavy crown fendrrs. druci
type heaei and cowl lamps are touclics thai. e-nhanco its
Wic'19 doors swing open to revea! an interior trimnvjj
and upholstered in fine plush and set off by eli-,' ine; i . ;;
fsttings. A heater, cowl venlilator and di-appo irin;.
door Windows provide perfect all-wcadier duvir.j
Improvements have been made toei i-i the fomws B
Valve-in -Head cugine, springs, fraine and e-,
important unit of the chassis to develop f.ir iirr
dependability and ruggedness that al way.; i.: ìjo n.:r.
in Buick cars.
The TìuicU Line for 1923 Co?nprisc; lturt. :n
Four l Favi. RoaJi'cr. Sfai: S Pusr,. T.-n;i .':.
C.rijv. $1175; 5 Pi '. Cs.lai. y.l'IS. :. i!.. ,,
S -1 Pim. Ronilder, $1 1 71: S P.i i .Turi. ..
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Every Kind of
M. C. TRUCKS
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